Gassy after eating beans? You're not alone. The culprit: complex sugars in beans that are fermented by bacteria in the intestines, producing gas. But the more often you eat beans, the less gassy you'll be.
You’re a healthy 55-year-old and at no increased risk for colon cancer. Should you be screened? Absolutely. But how should you be screened? This question has generated a big debate in the medical profession.